Could also be a bourbon. Delicious, but not my favorite cavalan.
Ok, even for the always very special Kavalan it is even more special. It's also atypical to have a soloist under 52 percent in the glass.
Extreme sweetness and an adhesive note that is increased even for kavalan standards. Basically, I like that as long as the dram is still clearly recognizable as whisky. This smells delicious, but it is on the verge of whisky because it is also very artificial. If I like it, it's 89 to 90 points, if it's over the top it's only 87.
Because with a little water a menthol note opens up and it now offers a little more in addition to the sweet glue note, I give it 88.5 points, because the alcohol is - as expected - very well integrated.
After 20 minutes I finally recognize the extreme bourbon note.
Very round, develops and shows the oak part, which nicely complements the somewhat one-sided nose here.
Stays longer than expected and powerful but gentle.